6 Number of times a target of 350 or more has been successfully chased down in ODIs; India have done so on three occasions. Before this match, they won chasing 360 in Jaipur and 351 in Nagpur, both against Australia in the 2013-14 series. Virat Kohli scored centuries in all three matches.
8 Matches where India have successfully chased targets of 300 or more since Kohli's debut. In six of those chases, Kohli has scored centuries. The exceptions were against New Zealand in Bangalore in 2010, and against Australia at SCG in 2016. India have been set a target of 300-plus 26 times since Kohli's debut, and have won eight. Before Kohli's debut, India had chased down targets of 300-plus only seven times in 35 attempts.
15 Centuries by Kohli in successful chases in ODIs - the most by a batsman. Kohli surpassed Sachin Tendulkar's 14 hundreds. Both Kohli and Tendulkar have scored 17 centuries each while chasing, but Kohli has done so in 96 innings compared to Tendulkar's 232. Kohli averages 64.94 when chasing compared to 41.57 when batting first and 90.90 in successful run-chases. Fourteen of Kohli's hundreds in successful chases have come in day-night games, six more than any other batsman.
65 Balls taken by Kedar Jadhav to reach his century, the sixth-quickest by an India batsman. The fastest for India is by Virat Kohli (52 balls). Jadhav has gone past 50 twice in nine ODI innings and has converted both into centuries.
8.16 Run rate of the Kohli-Jadhav partnership - 200 runs in 147 balls. It is the fourth-quickest double-century partnership in ODIs chases (where balls are known). Overall, this was the fifth double-century stand for the fifth wicket in ODIs.
152.23 Jadhav's strike rate in the partnership with Kohli (102 off 67 balls). Kohli scored at 106.74, scoring 95 off 80 balls. Jadhav hit more boundaries and played fewer dot balls than Kohli.
338 Previous highest total for England against India, in the tied game at the Chinnaswamy Stadium during the 2011 World Cup.
33 Balls taken by Ben Stokes to reach his fifty - the fastest by any England batsman against India. The previous fastest was 35 balls, by Andrew Flintoff and Owais Shah. Earlier in the innings Jason Roy completed his fifty in 36 balls, the joint fourth-quickest for England against India.
105 Runs scored by England in their last eight overs, to climb from 245 for 5 to 350 for 7. Only once had they scored more in their last eight overs in an away ODI since 2001: 118 in Dubai in 2015-16. The previous highest they had made against India in the last eight was 90 at The Oval in 2007.
9 Totals of 350 or more for England in ODIs - seven of them have come since the end of the 2015 World Cup, in 34 games. Prior to that they had made only two such totals in 644 ODIs. All other teams have made only nine such totals in all in this period. This was England's 15th 300-plus total since the 2015 World Cup, also the most by any team; the next-best is nine.
7.87 R Ashwin's economy rate in this innings - he conceded 63 off eight overs - his worst in any ODI in which he has bowled more than five overs. His 63 was also the joint-most he has conceded in an ODI without taking a wicket. He conceded 20 off his first four overs before going for 43 in his next four. He bowled only 15 dot balls, the fewest among India's five frontline bowlers.
0 Instances of Jasprit Bumrah finishing with an economy rate of more than six an over in ODIs, in eight matches before this one. He conceded 79 off his 10 overs in this match. His career economy rate was 3.63 before the start of this match; it has now risen to 4.17. He was hit for only one six in his first eight ODIs, and four in this one. Umesh Yadav had the worst economy rate among India's bowlers - 9.00, conceding 63 in seven overs.